The Galaxy S4 is now available at Sprint’s online store, as well as AT&T retail stores.
Sprint is offering the 16 GB variant of the device on a two-year contract for $249.99, but non-Sprint customers actually have to pay $149.99 as they’ll also get a $100 credit by shifting to the network.
AT&T is offering the 16 GB Galaxy S4 on a two-year contract for $199.99, and also announced the 32 GB variant will be available soon on a two-year contract for $249.99.
There’s a report from Geek that there would be actually 8.82 GB of space for the user between the apps that’s already present and the system, so a microSD card would be useful for those who are looking to fill the handset with a mountain of apps.
Though there are three variants of Galaxy S4 when it comes to internal SD space; 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB, only the first one is available at carriers and retailers at the moment.
Will you buy Galaxy S4?
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